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Come On Eileen
Eileen was a dancer and a drunk. Now she's a mother and sober. But when she starts a new relationship Eileen lapses to her very troubled past -- we watch as she and her family combust. One of the few films to face alcoholism from a female point of view.
A dark comedy about love, lust, art and image in today's culture.
A group of New Yorkers venture into Friday night unaware that their lives are about to change.
Accompanied by gripping images from the war, "Oh, Saigon" is an in-depth, compelling documentary about one refugee family's attempts to face its divided past and heal the emotional wounds of the Vietnam War.
Mujrim is a dramatic conflict of mother and son - a child who became a criminal protecting his mother from rape and his journey from the slums to the rich mansions, while being opposed at all times by his mother.
Real life married couple build a narrative surrounding the year they were married, asking "Does your relationship need to change for marriage and can marriage change for your relationship?" Features candid conversation on love, sex and wedding planning.
A dramedy about relationships and fidelity, or the lack thereof. A group of old high school friends, now in their late thirties, get together for the weekend to celebrate the 4th of July, for better or for worse.
Love, Marriage and Sex in the City EP 2
Episode 2: We find out what happens, once the One is found. We uncover how marriages are holding up in reticent and reserved Japan; the famous Japanese polite-ness can ironically be a source of tension. In India, traditions like dowries and castes still linger on and shape unions. And in Singapore, discover how pragmatism works for time-starved yuppies, juggling careers and kids.
KUMPANIA Flamenco Los Angeles
The mysterious pull of an old Spanish 'Gypsy' art on contemporary musicians in Los Angeles is the essence of KUMPANIA.
A mad scientist's brain is kept alive by his demented assistant in order to attach a hunchbacked nurse's head to the body of a voluptuous stripper! Adapted from a book by Alexander Belyaiev, one of Russias greatest Science Fiction writers.
James Duval (Doom Generation, Donnie Darko) is Robert Harmon, a man drinking, drugging, and sleeping his way through the last days of print journalism in Los Angeles. As the industry tanks and the paper is sold to a corporate tycoon, Robert finds himself adrift in a world that is part Kafka, part Bret Easton Ellis.
Could the fastest route to enlightenment be straight into the gutter? In Less we see the world through the eyes of an atypical homeless man, in an unusual pursuit of freedom.
The Big Bluff
In this film noir, a slick gigolo weds an aging heiress to inherit her fortune, believing that she has only a year to live. When her health radically improves, the cad plots to speed things up, even if it includes murder!
Gardner is a 24-year old mailman. He dreams of a heroic life beyond the sidewalks. But dreams are just fantasies without the courage to take action. And Gardner is lacking there. Until he meets Paige, the lonely, sexy divorcee on his route...sparks fly.
Looking for Mr. Miyagi
Inspiring documentary proving it's NEVER too late for radical change. Think "Super-Size Me" meets Martial Arts. David is having a mid-life crisis. His weight is up, his energy is down. At 46 he takes up karate. His mission: become a Black Belt by age 50.
Bloody Pit of Horror
A photographer and his models go to an old, abandoned castle to shoot some sexy covers for horror novels. Unbeknownst to them, the castle is inhabited by a lunatic who believes himself to be the reincarnated spirit of a 17th-century executioner whose job it is to protect the castle against intruders.